Capone's, a jewelry store, has been on Main Street for a long time. It has now moved about two blocks...but is still on Main St., downtown. I always told my family that if they wanted to get me a gift, almost anything from Capone's would be fine.
True, Blacksburg is not on the water, but these posts with their lakeside style, have been at Lefty's restaurant for a long time. They are reminiscent of when the building was operating as a different restaurant. I enjoy seeing them.
A book chronically the history of the Lyric Theatre was launched at a grand ceremony tonight. The creators: front row: writer: Cheryl Wood Ruggiero, designer, Christina O'Connor, person to whom the book is dedicated Lindsay West, writers Su Clausen Wicker and Lesley Howard. back row Don Drapeau, chair of the Lyric Board.